If you have an empty cabin, camper, apartment or rooms on your farm, offering AirBnB-type short-term rentals could provide a handy income stream.
Here's something you may not know: Christine Peters, Olympic Dressage Manager at Equestrian Canada, is a part-owner of Kentucky Derby-winning Authentic.
Coaches inspire and nurture the next generation of equestrians making them the most important influencers in the industry.
Kelsey Perry-Carlsen and a group of industry professionals are planning to help develop character and community through horsemanship and mentorship.
Meghan went from a carefree kid on a Quarter Horse to delivering Thoroughbred foals in the dead of night to being an insurance professional.
Horse farms are struggling with the crippling financial consequences of COVID-19; EC is working to get them access to exemptions and relief programs.
Christine Reupke launched Horsemanship Society International to give riders better learning opportunities regardless of circumstance or location.
Following are some recent insurance-related Q&As relevant to the horse industry as government and health authority restrictions are slowly lifted.
When equestrian competitions will return, and how they will be safely conducted, are questions that haunt show organizers.
The coronavirus lockdown has hit boarding and lesson barns especially hard. With little to no income coming in, fate of the school horses is in question.